HALO is the leading humanitarian mine clearance organisation globally with programmes in 25+ countries and territories, and over 9,500 staff. Most of our staff are local employees and include a growing number of women. Our primary expertise is serving people affected by conflict, clearing landmines and the explosive remnants of war that threaten lives and livelihoods long after fighting has finished. We make land safe where war has ended, while also assisting those affected by active conflict and endemic violence, creating more durable solutions to support stability. In recent years HALO has grown significantly. With our financial strength and strong government, community and partner relationships, HALO is uniquely positioned to help build more resilient and prosperous communities; better equipped to withstand the interconnected global challenges of climate change, disease, political and economic instability. This will see the nature of HALO's programming diversify.
We are recruiting for two Philanthropy and Grants Managers to join our UK based Global Philanthropy team. These are new permanent roles following a period of growth and in response to the evolving strategic and global nature of our partnerships - with multi-market and multi stakeholder components. These roles will lead new and existing grant partnerships, generating growth through excellence in account management and the development of new prospects, in addition to leading key components of the strategic account plans for other global partnerships.
The Global Philanthropy Team is based at HALO's office in Wilton, near Salisbury, with flexibility for hybrid working. HALO also has a second UK office in Scotland. These are full time roles, with HALO operating a 40-hour working week (with the office closing at 3pm on Fridays). We are open to considering reduced hours for the right candidate, for example a 4-day working week.
Please see HALO webpage to view Candidate Job Pack for more information on the role.
To apply, please submit your CV and supporting statement (no more than 2 pages) detailing how your skills and experience meets the requirements of the role later than midnight on 12th July 2022. First stage interviews will take place on Tuesday 19th July. If there is a sufficient calibre of applicants, we reserve the right to close the role earlier than the date noted.
Salary circa £44k dependant on experience
Annual Leave: 25 days plus 8 statutory holidays
Non-contributory life assurance
Emergency medical insurance when travelling overseas
Flexible working policy
Pension - HALO will match up to 5% of contributions
Cycle to work scheme
The HALO Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation. The HALO Trust is committed to a culture that is both diverse and inclusive and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people form a diverse candidate pool.